September 28, 2012 · 8:00 am
Zach (who I made these cookies for last year) is now 7!
He wanted a Giants themed party, so I went to town with my baseball cutters.
I made the traditional baseballs and bats, as well as baseball hats for the first time.
Per tradition, I also made Z’s and 7’s in matching colors. Good thing it’s also Halloween season, I found these black and orange sprinkles that went perfectly with the Giants colors!
The jersey cookie was made especially for Zach. As soon as I brought the cookies over, he wanted to eat it immediately! **Zach actually told me later that I spelled the last name wrong. Oops!**
I also made these awesome SF Giants colored bridges, since the “bridge” is such a huge part of San Francisco, whether it’s the Bay Bridge or the Golden Gate, or any of the others.
See that SF symbol up there? I have made them before, but this time I decided to freehand it.
I started with a basic thin line…
Then shaped around it until I had the right angles and edges!
Here are all of the cookies together, ready for the party!
September 25, 2012 · 8:00 am
I am so in love with these pink gems!
The designs were sent to me by the mama, she found them online. I just mimicked them with my own style of frosting/icing. And they turned out better than I expected!
The cake on the cake stand is identical to the cake ordered for the party.
September 21, 2012 · 8:00 am
Does everyone know my friend Nate? His blog Nate Makes Cookies is not only hilarious, but it’s a fun creative take on food blogging. He makes only Martha Stewart Cookie Recipes and writes about his experience, (sometimes) problems, and how everyone loves each recipe. It’s honestly one of my favorite blogs to read!
Annnnyways… Nate recently emailed me asking if I wanted to do a “foodie pen pal” thing and send each other local foods and some homemade cookies. Of course I was on board!!
I made these cookies for Nate:
(if you go see his site you’ll see why I did this design!)
I also had to throw in some California cookies because he is in Oregon. I got my inspiration for these from Andrea of Cupookie. I saw these California cookies she did and knew I had to make my own version!
If you look carefully, the dot on the first “i” is right about at Sacramento. 🙂
So glad you loved your cookies Nate!!
Want to check out the cookies he made me?! Click here.
September 19, 2012 · 8:00 am
My coworker asked me to make her some wine themed cookies for her friend’s birthday. I had all the cutters already, but I had not yet had the opportunity to use them!
I did 1/2 red wine and 1/2 white wine.
The birthday girl’s name is Rose so I came up with things on the wine labels to go with her name. The first I did a little rose, one said “Rose’s Vine,” one said “B-Day Blend,” and one said “Red as a Rose.”
September 17, 2012 · 8:00 am
The little girl that got the Caillou cookies is now 3!
Her theme was The Little Mermaid, but I thought that Ariel and Flounder were a little out of my comfort zone… we came up with a cookie that is more my style, but would still coordinate well with the feel of the party.
All of the decorations were pink and purple, but I added some bubbles to go with the “under the sea” theme.
September 7, 2012 · 8:00 am
Remember this baby shower? Can you believe that this little guy turned 1 already? Craziness how time flies!
Mama had a hard time coming up with a birthday theme idea, but somehow she thought of Tools! Perfect for him!
I am so in love with these cookies.
The colors were pulled from the plates she bought for the party.
I also made the lil guy a smash cake.
Simple and easy since it ended up like this anyway:
September 4, 2012 · 8:00 am
This cake was made eggless for a girl with allergies. She was turning 3 and had never had cake because of her allergies.
I’m not going to post the recipe because I am not completely happy with it, but basically I used a recipe I found online for vanilla cake and substituted applesauce for the butter/shortening/oil part of the recipe, and there were no eggs.
I just wanted to share because I liked how the decorating part turned out.
Glad she enjoyed it!
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